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APC Adamawa Endorses Governor Bindow For Second Term

Governor Muhammadu Umaru Bindow of Adamawa state has formally declared to re-contest for the governorship seat in the forthcoming elections under the All Progressive Congress (APC) party.

“ I hereby on behalf of myself, family and the people of Adamawa state wish to declare my intentions to continue to change the narration of my people again”. 

He explained that even though the three and the half years spent as governor was rough, he was able to bring peace and developments in the state.

On Salaries of local government workers, Governor Bindow said he met seven months arrears of the previous administration and was able to settle them for six months.

The governor appealed to the people of Adamawa to embrace peace regardless of any tribal or ethnic differences.

The state chairman of the APC Adamawa chapter, Alhaji Ibrahim Bilal has endorsed Bindow for continuity as the governor of the state come 2019.

“With direct or in-direct primaries, you will have our full support. No one can vote you out of the executive of the state come 2019.”

In attendance at the event were Senator Binta Masi Garba, Hajiya Aishatu Dahiru Binani, Buba Bindir (SSG),Zonal Vice Chairaman (APC,)Hon. Kevin Peter, Honourable Wafari Theman

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